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Brasil 0 (3) x (2) 0 Italy ● 1994 World Cup Final Extended Goals _ Highlights + Penalties HD

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The 1994 World Cup final was played on the 17th of July at the Rose Bowl, in the city of Pasadena in the United States, between the Italian team and the Brazilian team. Played at 12:30, local time, this was the most recent World Cup final to be played in broad daylight.

Both teams were in search of the Fourth World Championship, which would give them the hegemony of football. It was the fifth time that Italy played in a World Cup Final, and the fourth time in Brazil, since in 1950 there was not a final itself, but a final round of a quadrangular. It was also the second time that Brazil and Italy clashed in a final (the other was in 1970), making this final the second one disputed by teams that had already clashed in other World Cup finals, since Argentina and Germany had faced each other in the finals of 1986 and 1990.

After 90 minutes of play in normal time and 30 minutes in overtime, the game ended in a 0-0 draw, making this the first World Cup final decided on penalties. In addition, this remains the only final in which there were no goals in normal time.

After charging 9 penalties, Brazil beat Italy 3–2 on penalties, and became the world's first four-time champion.

With Italy's runner-up, defender Franco Baresi became the sixth player in history to win bronze, silver and gold medals at World Cups.

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